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Murphy, Party Politics, 75. On the long-delayed 1958 Mining Ordinance, see P. Slinn, ‘The Mining Ordinance of Northern Rhodesia: a Legislative History 1924–1958’, Journal of African Law…
PHIRI B J 2006 A political history of Zambia from colonial rule to the third from ECOM FRTN10 at Lund University
British government takeover of the Northern Rhodesia territory from the BSAC in April, 1924, the Advisory Council was transformed into a Legislative Council (Legco). The instruments by which the Legco was set up in British colonies were as a rule either Letters of Patent or Orders in Council.
Mining Legislation and Mineral Development in Zambia Muna Ndulo Africa, see J.A. BANCROFr, MINING IN NORTHERN RHODESIA 26-39 (1961) (Dr. Ban-croft, a former Professor of geology at McGill University, discovered the Bancroft mine). 1986] from South Rhodesia. After the Unilateral Declaration of Independence by South Rhode-
The Northwestern Rhodesia Police Force and Northeastern Rhodesia Constabulary were amalgamated in 1911 to form the Northern Rhodesia Police Force with its headquarters in Livingstone. The first commandant of the police force was major F.A Hodson and the organization was a military one.
in the Northern Rhodesian copper mining industry, with the Legislative Council of Northern Rhodesia called for an official enquiry. The../ - k-The Industrial Diseases Committee was Ordinance. This was essentially a temporary measure to meet immediate need.
The Northern Rhodesia Legislative Council election was on 30 October 1962, with by-elections for several seats held on 10 December. Although the United Federal Party won the most seats in the Legislative Council, and Northern Rhodesian African National Congress leader Harry Nkumbula had made a secret electoral pact with the UFP, Nkumbula
Mines and Minerals Ordinance, 1895 (Rhodesia) generally 121 Mining Act, Chapter 306 of the Laws of Kenya s.4 133 s.13 140 Mining (Amendment) Act No. 52 of 1968 s.2 131 Mining (Amendment) Act of 1969 (Tanzania) s.65 169 Mining Ordinance, 1903 (Rhodesia) generally 121,123 Mining Ordinance, 1905 (Rhodesia) generally 121 Mining Ordinance, 1934
The laws of Northern Rhodesia : prepared under the authority of the Revised edition of the laws ordinance, 1947-1948 by Northern Rhodesia ( ) in English and held by …
Chronological Tables of Proclamations,Ordinances, Acts and Applied Acts Index Chapter 1. Constitution of Zambian Act CHRONOLOGICAL TABLES OF PROCLAMATIONS, ORDINANCES, ACTS AND APPLIED ACTS PART I: CHRONOLOGICAL TABLES OF PROCLAMATIONS, ORDINANCES, ACTS AND APPLIED ACTS SHOWING HOW DISPOSED OF IN REVISED EDITION Year and No. Subject …
The Ancient Monuments Protection Ordinance that was passed by the Legislative Council of Southern Rhodesia in 1902, for example, marks a change in attitudes whereby the region’s remarkable ruins were no longer regarded as repositories of ancient gold to be ‘plundered for profit’ by licenced prospectors, 19 but became sites of conjecture
The Mining Ordinance of Northern Rhodesia: A Legislative 3 For the modern law, see C. M. Ushewokunze, "The Legal Framework of Copper production in Zambia," (1974) 6 Zambia L.J. 75. The provisions of the 1958 ordinance are examined in detail in Williams, H. M., The Mining Law of Northern Rhodesia, London, 1963.
On the long-delayed 1958 Mining Ordinance, see P. Slinn, ‘The Mining Ordinance of Northern Rhodesia: a Legislative History 1924–1958’, Journal of African Law, 23, …
The white settlers in Southern Rhodesia demonstrated their desire for their own self-government through elections to the Legislative Council there. In 1923 the charter for BSAC rule was revoked throughout the entire area of Northern and Southern Rhodesia in return for a cash payout.
THE MINING ORDINANCE OF NORTHERN RHODESIA: A LEGISLATIVE HISTORY 1924-1958 BY PETER SLINN* Shirley Zabel's account of the genesis of the Gold Coast Marriage Ordinance of i884, published elsewhere in this Journal, demonstrates how much a legislative history can teach us about the way in which colonial
Apr 14, 2021· Northern Rhodesia government gazette. Ordinances : index to supplements containing ordinances for the years 1945-1952 &1962. Lusaka, Northern Rhodesia: Government Printer.
Dec 05, 2010· Handbook of the mining regulations the explosives ordinance and the explosives regulation of the Republic of Zambia. , Law and legislation, Mining law. Places [Lusaka. Edition Notes Published in 1950 by the Northern Rhodesia Dept. of Mines under title: Mining and explosives regulations booklet. Pages 52-56 blank for "Amendments."
Southern Rhodesia passed a Loans Ordinance providing for the constitution of a (Public Debt of £ 250,000 "to be expended upon agricultutal holdings". Although rejected by the Colonial Office, the Ordinance nevertheless, indicates the Company's new aggressive agricultural policy. (17)
Northern Rhodesia was initially administered by the British South Africa Company (BSAC), under two protectorates; North-Western Rhodesia and North-Eastern Rhodesia. Although under the BSAC charter it had features of a charter colony, the BSAC’s treaties with local rulers and British legislation gave it the status of a protectorate.
In Northern Rhodesia, there was neither an Executive Council nor a legislative council, but only an Advisory Council, which until 1917 consisted entirely of officials. After 1917 and a few nominees were added to represent the small European minority: Northern Rhodesia had no elected representation while under BSAC rule.
The amounts of such assessments were the full sums of 17,500, 7,500 and 5,000, respectively. The Ordinance, under which the assessments were made, was the Income-tax Ordinance of Northern Rhodesia of 16th October 1936 as from time to time amended. It is …
Within Southern Rhodesia, even as currency matters became more stabilized because of the regulations to control gold and silver coinage outflow from the colony and the Bank notes ordinance and its 1922 amendments, the question of sustainable supplies of labour …
Northern Rhodesia. Government Printer, 1932. 0 Reviews. From inside the book . What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Other editions - View all. Ordinances Northern Rhodesia Snippet view - 1927. Ordinances Northern Rhodesia Snippet view - …
Zambia - Zambia - Colonial rule: At first the BSAC administered its territory north of the Zambezi in two parts, North-Eastern and North-Western Rhodesia. In 1911 these were united to form Northern Rhodesia, with its capital at Livingstone, near Victoria Falls. …
Jul 28, 2009· Zabel has shown that the Gold Coast Ordinance was six years in the making; the Northern Rhodesia Mining Ordinance had a gestation period, including several miscarriages, of no less than thirty years prior to its enactment in 1958, despite the admitted need in the 1920s to replace obsolete legislation dating from the days of British South Africa
The journal contains a separate section on recent legislation, case-law, law reform proposals and recent international developments affecting Africa. The Mining Ordinance of Northern Rhodesia: A Legislative History 1924-1958 The Mining Ordinance of Northern Rhodesia: A Legislative History 1924-1958 (pp. 84-106) Peter Slinn https://.jstor
Northern Rhodesia Police 1914 to 1918. Northern Rhodesia had two fronts to defend. On 9 August three officers and 80 men left Livingstone for Kasama to guard against invasion from German East Africa.The British South Africa Police sent a detachment to guard the Falls Bridge. On 22 September a combined force of BSAP and NRP occupied the German post at Schuckmannsburg in the Caprivi Strip.
Legislative Council in the colony. It consisted of six representatives of the B.S.A.C. and four elected members representing the white community. It was not until 1911 that the number of elected members exceeded Company nominees. Debates in the Legislative Council show that white settlers were anxious to …
Northern Rhodesia became the Republic of Zambia on 24 October 1964, with Kaunda as the first president. At independence, despite its considerable mineral wealth, Zambia faced major challenges. Domestically, there were few trained and educated Zambians capable of running the government, and the economy was largely dependent on foreign expertise.
Jul 28, 2015· Northern Rhodesia (1953 - 1963) - constituent territory of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland. image by Clay Moss, 10 Sept 2005. Northern Rhodesia joined with neighbouring Southern Rhodesia and Nyasaland to form the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland in September 1953. The Federation flew a blue ensign with the shield from the Federal Arms in the fly.
Zambia - Zambia - Colonial rule: At first the BSAC administered its territory north of the Zambezi in two parts, North-Eastern and North-Western Rhodesia. In 1911 these were united to form Northern Rhodesia, with its capital at Livingstone, near Victoria Falls. Among a population of perhaps one million, there were about 1,500 white residents.
copper mining in the mid-1920s. the Legislative Coun-cil established in 1924. While in South Africa after the Boer War and in Southern Rhodesia in 1923, the British government had devolved power to European minorities, its declared policy for Northern Rhodesia was the paramountcy of African interests, clearly stated in the Passfield
The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland was imposed against the strong!v expressed disapproval of the entire African population of the two Protectorates of Nortliern Rhodesia and Nyasaland. In Southern Rhodesia the decision was taken by a referendum of the White Settlers. In Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland, the Legislative Councils decided.
Zabel has shown that the Gold Coast Ordinance was six years in the making; the Northern Rhodesia Mining Ordinance had a gestation period, including several miscarriages, of no less than thirty years prior to its enactment in 1958, despite the admitted need in the 1920s to replace obsolete legislation dating from the days of British South Africa Company rule.
§38. Mr. LUNN. asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he has received any information regarding the disturbances which have arisen out of a strike of miners in Northern Rhodesia, in the course of which a number of miners have been killed; whether any efforts are being made to settle the dispute; whether any inquiry will be held into the cause of the disturbances; and what is
Zambia – formerly the territory of Northern Rhodesia - was administered by the British South Africa Company from 1891 until it was taken over by the UK in 1923. During the 1920s and 1930s, advances in mining spurred development and immigration. The name was …
In 1914, the Witchcraft Ordinance was passed in Northern Rhodesia which outlawed the indictment and prosecution of witches (Geoﬀrey and Browne as quoted by Fields 1982, p. 103). This law was passed primarily to address concerns on how persons accused of witchcraft were persecuted.
Dec 12, 2019· The Copperbelt, situated on the Northern side of Northern Rhodesia near the Katanga region in the Belgian-Congo, is a mineral resource area predominantly known for its copper mining.
Oct 06, 2020· Handbook of the mining regulations the explosives ordinance and the explosives regulation of the Republic of Zambia. , Law and legislation, Mining law. Places [Lusaka. Edition Notes Published in 1950 by the Northern Rhodesia Dept. of Mines under title: Mining and explosives regulations booklet. Pages 52-56 blank for "Amendments."
This article focuses on a historical series of education acts that impacted on education in Rhodesia. These Acts are the: (1) 1899 Education Ordinance; (2) 1903 Education Ordinance; (3) 1907 Education Ordinance; (4) 1929 Department of Native Development Act; (5) 1930 Compulsory Education Act; (6) 1959 African Education Act; (7) 1973 Education Act; and the (8) 1979 Education Act.
Rhodesia has been a self-governing colony for three decades, but with no African suffrage (a tiny 'B roll' of African voters is added to the electorate in 1957). Northern Rhodesia has a legislative council with, since 1948, two seats reserved for African members. At the time of federation there are no Africans on Nyasaland's legislative council.